A new dinosaur is set to be discovered in Australia’s south-west.
More than 80 million years ago, the dinosaurs that made up our own family of land-dwelling dinosaurs lived in what is now Australia’s Kakadu region.
And that’s just the tip of the iceberg.
Dinosaurs were first discovered in Asia some 40 million years later, and are still around today.
But the biggest threat to Australia’s fossil record comes from another group of dinosaurs that lived millions of years ago.
This is the group that is known as the Late Jurassic.
The Early Jurassic is when the dinosaurs arrived in Australia around 45 million years before the dinosaurs of today.
The fossils are scattered all over the place and some are only found in Australia and the United States.
While the Early Jurassic dinosaurs are considered a crucial part of Australia’s ecosystem, the Late Dinosaurs have been largely overlooked because they are extinct.
So what’s the problem?
There are a lot of dinosaurs in the fossil record.
We have about 80 million known species of dinosaur.
But they’re only around a fifth of the total number of species that have ever existed.
It’s estimated that there are only around 200 species of dinosaurs left in the world.
The vast majority of these are extinct and the rest are only known to a few specialists.
They are mostly found in the tropics and temperate zones, but are also found in Antarctica, Australia and in Europe.
Many of these dinosaurs are found in very different habitats than today.
For example, there’s a huge range of habitat that dinosaurs lived on and the variety of environments they lived in can vary from place to place.
So scientists can only really know for sure about the dinosaurs in Australia when they’re at their most vulnerable.
“What we don’t know is whether or not the diversity of dinosaur species is increasing over time, and we can only guess at the rate of that change,” said Dr Stephen McKeon, an expert in dinosaur taxonomy at the University of New South Wales.
“And in the past few years, we’ve really been getting more information about what’s going on.
Dr McKeo says it is important that the study of these extinct animals is a collaborative effort between scientists, palaeontologists and palaeobiologists.
Scientists are trying to make a better understanding of the dinosaurs’ biology, and to better understand the role they played in the ecosystem that we live in today.”
But it’s not enough to just look at the fossil.
You have to look at what’s in the environment, what’s around the environment and what’s out there,” Dr McKeow said.
That’s where paleontologist Dr Stephen Jones comes in.
His research has helped establish that Australia’s southern-most island of Tasmania is home to a diverse ecosystem.
He says we are seeing the first signs of this diversity in the region.”
We’re seeing a lot more birds, we’re seeing the beginnings of flowering plants, and some of those things can be used to support an ecosystem.
“In many cases, you’re seeing new plant species, you can see some of the first fossils in the area.”
I think the more we learn about this, the better we can understand what’s happening.
“The research has been supported by the Australian Research Council (ARC), the Australian National University and the Australian Museum.